All Blog Posts for Animal rescue

19th November 2015 Kati Loeffler
This blog is the fourth in a series chronicling the International Fund for Animal Welfare’s transport of dogs from a Read more »
During the dry season Musolole and his surrogate siblings have had to learn how
16th November 2015 Ulrica Hansson
The El Nino effect has hit southern Africa hard this year. It’s been super-hot and dry, and it’s not just crops Read more »
Dozens of cats and dogs found refuge in the Georgetown County temporary animal s
13th November 2015 Shannon Walajtys
The International Fund for Animal Welfare is grateful to be a tiny part of Georgetown County’s survival story. Read more »
Dr Saskia as we affectionately call her, with one of her patients.
11th November 2015 Jennifer Gerner
On a blistering hot Johannesburg day I stand in awe watching CLAW veterinarian Dr Saskia Karius, or Dr Saskia as we Read more »
Hundreds of cheetah cubs are smuggled every year from Africa to the Arabian Peni
11th November 2015 Dr. Elsayed Ahmed Mohamed
Keeping cheetahs as exotic pets is a growing problem in the Arabian Peninsula countries. Some believe that owning a cheetah Read more »
9th November 2015 Grace Ge Gabriel
In addition to anchoring shows on China Central Television, Yue Zhang is also an animal advocate. She formed China’s Read more »
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